Trail of Hope by Heidi Vanlandingham
(Tales of the Scrimshaw Doll)

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Abducted from her family home in Savannah, Sophia Deveraux is thrown into an army stockade with Cherokee prisoners destined for the West. Though stalked by her abductor, she is protected by three men on the long, deadly journey to Indian Territory. Despite her starved and battered body and soul, one of them steals her heart.

When Clay Jefferson lost his family, he vowed to kill whoever murdered them. Trying to help prevent the removal of the Cherokees from Georgia, he finds his heart torn in two when protecting Sophia becomes more important than his vow of vengeance.

Fate and a gypsy curse work together as Sophia is attacked again but finds an inner strength she never knew she had, and Clay is forced to make a difficult decision -- honor his vow or listen to his heart?

About Heidi Vanlandingham

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Published December 27, 2012 by The Wild Rose Press. 86 pages
Genres: History, Romance, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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